Thesaurus / whim

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

There are no lifeless spots in his works; every whim of his takes shape, as if by sorcery, in splendid figures.

But he has told me I have reason for the whim, and that I should continue.

That Girl MontanaMarah Ellis Ryan

It was partly a despairing woman's whim, an absurdity, and partly she was prompted by her magic practices to take the cloth.

And upon your whim likewise depends the special forcemeat used.

The Feasts of AutolycusElizabeth Robins Pennell

Such secret provisions have often been agreed to simply upon the whim or the ambition or the likes and dislikes of the rulers.

A School History of the Great WarAlbert E. McKinley, Charles A. Coulomb, and Armand J. Gerson

This whim of Phonograph's was received with whoops of appreciation.

Running around the world to get married without the faintest excuse save an impulse--a whim.

NedraGeorge Barr McCutcheon

Betty and Sir Charles followed her; Margery, her whim gratified, had vanished into the darkness of the pines.

Prisoners of HopeMary Johnston

The whim of the senatorial candidate in choosing him for a companion he did not then try to account for.

The Crisis, CompleteWinston Churchill

The twin brother out of pity consented to humor her whim, not thinking it would cost him his life.

Negro TalesJoseph Seamon Cotter

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